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L. A. Huffman, Photographer of the Plains. Near Fine in Good jacket. Book A real nice clean 272 page first edition hardcover. Endpapers are maps. Black cloth with red letters on the front cover and with red and white letters on the spine. Dust jacket has some edge wear and tears in back but looks fairly nice in mylar protector. A survey of the work of L. A. Huffman, who came to Miles City in the Montana territory in 1878, including 125 of his photographs of the western frontier in the years following.
Good. Brown, Mark H. Frontier Years Edge and corner wear to dust jacket. Creases to dust jacket. Knicks and tears to dust jacket. Dust jacket is in good condition. Edge and corner wear to book. Pages still clean and tight. Book is in good condition. All U.S. orders shipped with tracking number and e-mail confirmation. All Orders Shipped With Tracking And Delivery Confirmation Numbers.
Quarto, black cloth (hardcover), map illus. endpapers, 272 pp. Near-Fine, with former-owner bookplate, in a badly torn dust jacket. From dust jacket: Before the railroad came, in the time just after the last war with the Sioux, L. A. Huffman came to Fort Keogh as post photographer. He set up a studio in Miles City. He went into forbidden reservations among the Indians. He trekked through Montana territory, went on hunting expeditions for the bear, the buffalo, and the buck. He ranched to make ends meet. He explored deep into Yellowstone country, made pictures there of sights no white man had seen before; and famous warriors and scouts loafed in his studio and told stories of the days of Sitting Bull, Joseph, and Dull Knife and Little Wolf. He learned the soldier's life, the life of the Indian, the economics of the buffalo slaughter, the wolfer's job. He photographed the Indian, the animal-hunter and the man-hunter, the racks of bones on the field where Custer stood, wagon tracks, tree burials, skining the buffalo, cabin interiors, the winter, hostile Sioux villages, General Phil Sheridan, Calamity Jane, the roundup, the river in flood, the freighters hauling into town, the plains. Always the people were his favorites: he caught them well and saved them for another day. And his pcitures wanted background, so he kept letters, diaries, and notes of every description. His sketches have an intamacy and grass-roots authority, and they are equal in value, now, to the photographs they describe...
Many Photographs. Good plus or better, light general wear. Quarto, Worn, edgetorn jacket, lg tear on back jacket repaired on inside w/tape. Pages browned. This oversize book may require extra shipping for priority and international orders.
Near Fine in VG Dust Jacket. Excellent copy. Book includes 125 photographs from L. A. Huffman's originals. Huffman, post photographer at Fort Keogh just after the Great Sioux War of the late 1870s, ranks as one of the most important frontier photographers. 9019.
The frontier years; L. A. Huffman, photographer of the plains
by Mark Herbert Brown, William Reid Felton
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